The M8199A is Keysight Technologies' first 256 GSa/s arbitrary waveform generator, featuring 65 GHz analog bandwidth in a 2-slot AXIe module.
Keysight's 5G field measurement solution provides a complete measurement system for mmWave radio propagation.
The Keysight CX3300 Series Device Current Waveform Analyzer is suitable for users struggling with high-speed transient current measurements during advanced device characterisation, as well as engineers working to reduce power/current consumption in low-power devices.
Keysight Technologies has enhanced its M8195A 65 GSa/s arbitrary waveform generator with increased analog bandwidth from 20 to 25 GHz, ensuring improved signal quality with up to four fully synchronised channels.
Keysight Technologies has added the M8196A, a 92 GSa/s, 32 GHz modular instrument, to its portfolio of arbitrary waveform generators.
The 33500B series waveform generators consist of eight one- and two-channel models, which generate waveforms up to 30 MHz and incorporate Trueform signal-generation technology.
An arbitrary waveform generator has been added to the 3000 X-series oscilloscopes. Agilent is including this free software upgrade - which is used with the integrated WaveGen 20 MHz function generator option.
A high-resolution, wide-bandwidth, 8 or 12 GSa/s modular arbitrary waveform generator can deliver simultaneous high resolution and wide bandwidth along with spurious-free dynamic range and very low harmonic distortion.
LeCroy has released the ArbStudio series of arbitrary waveform generators capable of generating signals up to 125 MHz with high sample rate, long memory and high resolution as well as a variety of operating modes, modulation capabilities and a digital pattern generator.
The 33521A single channel function/arbitrary waveform generator and the 33522A two-channel generator provide what is claimed to be the lowest total harmonic distortion and jitter in their class. The generators’ large graphical display allows simultaneous parameter set up, signal viewing and editing and offer more precise functions and true point-by-point arbitrary waveforms that are alias protected.
B&K Precision has announced two 50 MHz arbitrary waveform/function generators, models 4076 and 4079, that allow design of a required signal by using the generator’s function or arbitrary waveform section.
LeCroy has announced the ArbStudio series of arbitrary waveform generators capable of generating signals up to 125 MHz, with high sample rate, long memory and high resolution as well as a variety of operating modes, modulation capabilities and a digital pattern generator.
Agilent has introduced three new measurement solutions for testing next-generation storage and telecommunications components and systems.
The USB-DIO-16H features 16 high-speed buffered digital inputs or digital outputs capable of continuous, sustained streaming speeds up to 16 MBps for fast, unlimited waveform pattern generation.
Tektronix has released the AFG3000 series of arbitrary/function generators. The series consists of six models to help engineers test electronic circuits with one or more signal inputs and sine waveforms at frequencies up to 240 MHz, generate arbitrary waveforms to 2 GS/s, obtain up to 1 ppm clock stability and who need an intuitive graphical UI.